Wedding photographer, Yorkshire, Bride, Groom, Wedding Dress

Wedding Photographer Hull

Kept Photography

I am an East Yorkshire based wedding photographer. Using vivid, documentary-style photography, I will capture the beginning of your new life with care and attention. 

Are you planning a wedding in Hull, Beverley, York or beyond? Explore the gallery and get in touch.

 

Your memories, Kept.

Kept Moments Never Fade

I believe that your wedding day is the most important day of your life. It's the moment that two lives are united as one future.

My approach is relaxed yet respectful. I specialise in documentary-style wedding photography. This lets me capture authentic moments shared between you, your family and your friends.

I also photograph the usual group shots and offer a mini-portrait session for you and your new spouse, whilst making sure that you spend your day with your guests, and not with me! 

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Hello there,
I'm Tom

My name is Tom Sutherland. I am an award-winning photographer based in East Yorkshire, I live a stones throw from Beverley and Hull.

I want to record the day your world changes forever and give you beautiful photographs of that day to keep for the rest of your lives. I want you to look back at your album in fifty years time with the same full heart and smile that you have today.

When I'm not shooting weddings I love to head out to explore and capture amazing landscapes, for which I have won multiple awards.

The coast is a source of inspiration for me. It is ever-changing. Every wave and gust of wind alters the landscape, almost imperceivably at times, yet the change is real and over time is monumental.

The same is true of life and of love. All will change over time. Life will change and grow throughout your years. True love is for those who change together.

 
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